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Well not today I'd assume. It's still Bank Holiday today and tomorrow.
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Well not today I'd assume. It's still Bank Holiday today and tomorrow.
Oh. Maybe thats why they are not replying.
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the minute you tell the training provider you are interested in just remote apprenticeship roles, is it basically all over? I said that and they said they will get back to me if one of the vacancies have a remote work placement, but they never did and they gave that one that they were going to speak to me about to someone else.
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Most won't be starting back until 4th January. However being teacher's they may look at their emails over the Christmas period, just don't presume they will.

What do you mean by remote apprenticeship roles?
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Most won't be starting back until 4th January. However being teacher's they may look at their emails over the Christmas period, just don't presume they will.

What do you mean by remote apprenticeship roles?
where the training and the work placement is from home.
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where the training and the work placement is from home.
Do you mean that the study part does not require you to go into the university (i.e. it's online). You can't do the school part from home as you're employed by the school and teachers don't work remotely (except when the government tells them to). This will vary by provider so you would need to look at each offering by provider if this would be the case (e.g. Coventry is mostly online teaching).

Apprenticeships are still quite few and far between at the moment, so are very competitive. As you are being employed by the school, it is more like applying for a job and what that school is looking for.
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Do you mean that the study part does not require you to go into the university (i.e. it's online). You can't do the school part from home as you're employed by the school and teachers don't work remotely (except when the government tells them to). This will vary by provider so you would need to look at each offering by provider if this would be the case (e.g. Coventry is mostly online teaching).

Apprenticeships are still quite few and far between at the moment, so are very competitive. As you are being employed by the school, it is more like applying for a job and what that school is looking for.
yep by training I mean the studying part of it is from home and the work placement is also from home. Apprenticeships are part study part working.
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When you say "the work part is from home", it sounds as if you expect to be teaching remotely. That you will be in your house teaching via the computer.

All teaching apprenticeships are for a year in a school placement (with ~6 weeks placement in a contrasting school) , so you should be clearer that you are actually looking for a placement near where you live.
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yep by training I mean the studying part of it is from home and the work placement is also from home. Apprenticeships are part study part working.
Teachers do not work from home? Your work placement WILL be in a school and that isn't negotiable, it's a take it or leave it situation.
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yep by training I mean the studying part of it is from home and the work placement is also from home. Apprenticeships are part study part working.
Just to note that (AFAIK) all teaching apprenticeships at the moment are postgraduate routes and require a degree.
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Just to note that (AFAIK) all teaching apprenticeships at the moment are postgraduate routes and require a degree.
where are you lot getting teaching from? I am looking into business admin apprenticeships and I am asking in general are teachers/tutors from training providers back to work yet
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Teachers do not work from home? Your work placement WILL be in a school and that isn't negotiable, it's a take it or leave it situation.
I didn’t say I wanted to be a teacher. I am going to do a business admin apprenticeship and I am asking if the teachers at training providers are back yet.
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maybe I put it in the wrong forum
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I didn’t say I wanted to be a teacher. I am going to do a business admin apprenticeship and I am asking if the teachers at training providers are back yet.
You posted in the teacher training section so naturally people would think you were talking about that. The title of teacher is usually reserved for those teaching at Primary of Secondary level (occasionally post 16), else they are usually called lecturers.

If you are looking to do a higher or degree apprenticeship then normally you apply to the company not to a training provider. You can find most opportunities on the government website - https://www.gov.uk/government/public...pprenticeships

You are employed by the company and they release you to study. Some companies will be closed over the Christmas period others will be open. You do not (usually) get a choice where you will study or how, as the company will have an agreement with a specific training provider.

Coming back to your other point, remote working is still not the norm. The expectation in most companies will be for staff to be on site, however due to covid there may be opportunities for remote working. Even if this is currently happening you should not expect it to always be this way. Also even with remote working there will be times where you would be required to be on site.
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